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  2. Fraud Alert: Don’t Be Fooled by These New Scams

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    This increasingly popular scam among cyber criminals involves people contacting victims online, lavishing them with attention — and then asking them for money. A lot of money. According to the ...

  3. 5 Signs Someone Is Impersonating Your Bank To Scam You

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    The best way to combat bank fraud is to be aware of common scams so you don’t fall victim. To help you get informed, he shared five signs someone is impersonating your bank. 1. You’re Told ...

  4. AOL Tech Support Scam FAQs - AOL Help

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    For any technical support or assistance with AOL products, you should refer strictly to AOL websites and sources to avoid incurring a fee from third party services claiming to offer AOL support. To resolve your tech-related issues, please contact AOL Tech Support at 1-800-827-6364. For more information about other scams and how to avoid them ...

  5. How to spot a scam online - AOL

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    You can report scam phone calls to the FTC Complaint Assistant. Online scam No. 4: "Tech support” reaches out to you unsolicited Real tech support never reaches out to you unsolicited....

  6. Is online banking actually safe? - aol.com

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    Before Covid, two-thirds of Americans over age 50 were hesitant to bank online, according to Forbes Advisor. By April 2020, 77% of people 60 and up had conducted a financial transaction...

  7. Use AOL Official Mail to confirm legitimate AOL emails

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    One way we do this is by protecting against phishing and scam emails though the use of AOL Official Mail. When we send you important emails, we'll mark the message with a small blue AOL icon between the sender and subject of the email. Additionally, when you open the message, you'll see the "Official Mail" banner above the details of the message.

  8. Fraud, scam cases increasing on Zelle, Senate report finds

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    The data for individual banks shows the increase in fraud and scams. PNC Bank had 8,848 cases on Zelle in 2020, and is on pace to have roughly 12,300 cases this year. US Bank had 14,886 cases in ...

  9. Don’t let scammers ruin your holiday. Here’s how to stay safe ...

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    Write them down in a safe place or use a password manager program.”. Trumpower says the BBB’s study reveals that paying with plastic is much safer than using debit cards or gift cards. “Make ...